Grades 9-12

Clark High School offers differentiated instruction in most courses. Students study at Honors, College Prep and Concepts levels which allows them to excel in their areas of interest, while exploring new ideas at a pace that compliments their learning style. Whether a student is college-bound, participating in a gap year program across the globe, or working towards a professional trade, we create a curriculum that will prepare them for their lives after graduation.

At Clark High School, we want to get to know you, the real you. Our faculty is committed to help you become who you are meant to be academically and socially. We will provide you the opportunity to explore, debate, question, and think… a lot.

Our Community is our core. We thrive on you success and challenges and want you to have a unique High School experience. We pride ourselves on our ability to help you pursue your true path. We believe you can have a little fun on the way, too!

Mini Courses

Similar to Project Based Learning, Mini Courses are a 2-week intensive, full credit course that encourages education through hands on curriculum. Courses are created based on the interests of students and allow for an introduction of new concepts that are cultural, community based and engaging

Future Planning

At Clark School your child is not a number—and our Future Planning Class is like no other.  We get to know students well. We will help them embrace who they are and build their confidence so that they are able to make appropriate choices for themselves beyond high school.

We begin formal planning in the second semester of their junior year.  They have a weekly class where we explore a variety of future planning options: gap years, colleges, trades, military and employment.  Through a careful analysis of programs and data they begin to create a vision for their future.

Senior Internships

Internships are one of the most important ways students gain experience and start to make contacts within their field of interest. Clark High School seniors are expected to explore potential careers and courses of study to help them prepare for college and experience how professional organizations operate.

Examples of companies and organizations that have hosted our Senior Interns:

Beverly Children's Learning Center

Beverly Police Department

Cakes for Occasions

Clearwater Marine Aquarium

Rockport Music

Ebsco, Inc.

Essex Elementary School

PV Engineering & Manufacturing

If you would like to host an intern, please contact us at 978-777-4699

 
 

High School Academics:

 

HISTORY

(all can be taken as Concepts, CP or Honors)

WORLD HISTORY: WESTERN CIVILIZATIONS

WORLD HISTORY: MODERN WESTERN CIVILIZATIONS

AMERICAN HISTORY: ORIGINS OF UNITED STATES HISTORY

AMERICAN HISTORY: CONTEMPORARY UNITED STATES HISTORY

 

FOREIGN LANGUAGE

SPANISH I: Concepts, CP & Honors

SPANISH II: Concepts, CP & Honors

SPANISH III: Concepts, CP & Honors

 

SOCIAL SCIENCE

SOCIOLOGY

PSYCHOLOGY

WORLD RELIGIONS

PHILOSOPHY

 

ELECTIVES

CAREER & COLLEGE
PREPAREDNESS

Future Planning

Internship

 

ART

ART: Honor

Techniques in Art

Digital Photography

 

TECHNOLOGY


FutureLab

Vlogging

Virtual Reality Lab

3-D Printing

Programming

 

  

ENGLISH

(all can be taken as Concepts, CP or Honors)

WORLD LITERATURE: ANTIQUITY THROUGH THE AGE OF CHIVALRY

WORLD LITERATURE: RENAISSANCE THROUGH REVOLUTION

EARLY AMERICAN LITERATURE

CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN LITERATURE

HONORS SEMINAR

 

MATHEMATICS

PRE-ALGEBRA: Concepts, CP & Honors

ALGEBRA I: Concepts, CP & Honors

CONSUMER MATH/PERSONAL FINANCES

BUSINESS MATH

GEOMETRY: Concepts, CP & Honors

ALGEBRA II: Concepts, CP & Honors

PRE-CALCULUS

CALCULUS

 

SCIENCES

BIOLOGY Concepts, CP & Honors

CHEMISTRY: Concepts, CP & Honors

PHYSICS: Concepts, CP & Honors

SENIOR SCIENCE SEMINAR: SKEPTICAL INQUIRY

THEATER ARTS

Intro. to Acting

Intermediate Acting

Advanced Acting

Drama Mini Course (DramaFest)

 

MUSIC

Music & Movement

MINI COURSES